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The Aurassi completed its rehabilitation works!
Of course the building's still a big concrete block, and the stay there is still overpriced, but now the rooms are neat, and I found the staff rather friendly.
It's a good idea to pack some ear plugs because...More
This hotel has been refurbished to a good standard loved having separate toilet from the shower room (both with their own sink). Slight problem with the shower spraying water everywhere soaking the floor.
Beds and bedlinnen as big and comfy as a Vegas hotel. We...More
I tend not to judge a place on a one-time experience…unfortunately, this is the second time I have stayed at ‘El Aurassi’, and I felt compelled to let people know a few things about this place.
The first time staying was a new experience for...More
with not many options to stay in Algiers, i use to be at el aurassi. the hotel is nice by itself, wonderful views over the bay. But, the services are hoooorrible. bad food at unresoneable prices, breakfast area seems like a place were a worldwar...More
A very impressive building indeed, marble and wood all over the place, beautiful view on the city.
Unfortunately, the service is not at the level, besides the restaurant people who are friendly.
- laundry picked up my clothes and filled the form for laundry...More
Response from Joshua_747 | Reviewed this property |
It does have an exec floor and lounge, but it did not seem in use, seems they only open it for government dignitaries and so on. The outside exec balcony was so disused and un cared for that bird droppings could be found on... More
It does have an exec floor and lounge, but it did not seem in use, seems they only open it for government dignitaries and so on. The outside exec balcony was so disused and un cared for that bird droppings could be found on all the outdoor tables and chairs.
Sofitel might be a better bet, read their review.
El Aurassi is a nice spacious hotel, but it's not a european 5* hotel, so you may need to adjust.